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Polson Interpretive Trail | Polson, Montana

Walking Tour
Polson Interpretive Trail – Sheena Pate

The Polson Interpretive Trail was a collaboration between the City of Polson and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and offers a paved trail with spectacular views of Flathead Lake. The trail connects the City of Polson's Salish, Sacajawea and Riverside Parks. Over a dozen interpretive signs are posted along the path depicting tribal and city history- in Kootenai, Salish and English.

Accessibility Notes

  • Family Friendly
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Best Starting Point

Park at Riverside Park (south of the bridge). Trail begins at the boardwalk and runs under bridge and then along lake to KwaTaqNuk Resort.

Length of Walking Tour

Approximately 0.5 mile

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs must be on a leash.